Brown-Ewell family. Papers, 1781-1984. 6.33 cu. ft.
Mss. A B877a 6
A series of undated letters and notes, most sent from Van Buren to Mary Eastin. They primarily concern invitations and replies for visits. In one letter (ca. 1831), Van Buren comments on the appearance of cholera and facetiously states that failure to receive an appointment from the Senate may save him from the disease.